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My 55W Philips LPS Security Ligh

My 55W Philips LPS Security Ligh

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View from the garage security camera. It handles the monochromatic light extremely well--much better than the amber LED bulb I was using prior to this. I originally was going to put up an 18W LPS wall pack that was given to me, but opted for the higher output of the 55W SOX fixture. While it’s bright, it isn’t disruptive to the neighbors, and definitely serves its purpose well. I have monochrome amber colored LEDS in the attic windows, as well as the lamp in the front entryway. With this setup, all the “interior” lights match, and provides an interesting contrast to the warmer LED landscape lighting I installed. This light is paired with an astronomical timer, which will operate dusk-to-dawn, year round.

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Light Information

Light Information

Manufacturer:Philips
Lamp
Lamp Type:Low Pressure Sodium
Fixture
Fixture Type:Indoor Security Light
Electrical
Wattage:55
Voltage:120VAC
Physical/Production
Application/Use:Residential Garage Security

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Feb 13, 2018 at 12:44 AM Author: Lodge
Camera's do work well under LPS, and they give you nice contrast so you get more detail making faces are easier to identify and if you have a short power outage or brown out the LPS will recover in seconds so you don't miss much, odds are good the camera system will take longer to reboot and resume recording..
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Feb 13, 2018 at 06:46 AM Author: boiler1011

Camera's do work well under LPS, and they give you nice contrast so you get more detail making faces are easier to identify and if you have a short power outage or brown out the LPS will recover in seconds so you don't miss much, odds are good the camera system will take longer to reboot and resume recording..


The cameras and some of the other more “cruicial” systems in the house are on UPS and will continue to run. It will just flip over to IR mode.
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